Robert Deitch is a Singer/Songwriter, born and raised in Iowa, and honed in Nashville TN. His music has been described as "vivd storytelling" delivered in a "powerful blend of country, soul & blues". His voice can be described as fine bourbon smooth, with a hint of gravel dust. Over the past 12 years, Robert has been a Staff songwriter, for some of Music Row's elite publishing companies, such as, Murrah Music, BMG Chyrsalis, and most recently, Dan Hodges Music. He has written over 300 songs, and over 30 of those songs have been cut by other artists. Deitch has earned the praise of some of Country Music Industry Elites. Hall of Fame singer/artist/writer, Bobby Bare, proclaims Deitch as "one hell of a songwriter and singer" Robert has also received praise from the likes of Hall of Fame Songwriter Roger Murrah ("Don't Rock The Jukebox"). Murrah proclaimed Deitch to be "one of Nashville's best kept secrets...but not for long!"
Robert grew up in a "Three Church Two Tavern Town" in southeastern Iowa, and when he is not performing around the Midwest, he splits his time between Nashville, TN, and his home in Polk City, IA.